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Published September 27, 2011

Emery County News

Crews gather plant for cancer research

A plant the United States Forest Service once considered a noxious weed may be beneficial for use in treating cancer patients. What is commonly called the skunk cabbage, corn lily or its proper name of Veratrum californicum is a source of cyclopamine...

EC Progress owner earns lifetime achievement award

William (Bill) Brehm Sr., has been named this year's Dean Lesher Award recipient by the Suburban Newspapers of America. Brehm Sr., has been active in the publishing industry for more than 60 years and at one time served on the SNA Board of Directors....

Huntington addresses cemetery concerns

At the September Huntington City Council meeting, the topic of discussion was the cemetery. With a big crowd in attendance, it was anticipated that the meeting could have a very vocal discussion concerning the cemetery. That really never occurred, as...

Time in the Dominican Republic well spent

The Tanner family is back from a year spent in the Dominican Republic. Mark Tanner explains that he served an LDS mission in the Dominican Republic many years ago and he and his wife Nanette thought it would be good for their children to experience l...

New associate at Mark Tanner law office

The law office of Mark Tanner would like to introduce their newest employee. Travis Blackburn joined the business recently. He is an associate attorney along with Mark Tanner. Tanner recently returned to Emery County from a sabbatical to the Dominic...

Emery/Carbon Weed Tour

A New Invader and Some Old Enemies

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